Skip to main content
'''Orson Scott Card''' (born August 24, 1951) is an American novelist, critic, public speaker, essayist, and columnist. He writes in several genres but is known best for science fiction. His novel ''Ender's Game'' (1985) and its sequel ''Speaker for the Dead'' (1986) both won Hugo Award|Hugo and Nebula Awards, making Card List of joint winners of the Hugo and Nebula awards|the only author to win both science fiction's top U.S. prizes in consecutive years. A Ender's Game (film)|feature film adaptation of ''Ender's Game'', which Card co-produced, was released in late October 2013 in Europe and on November 1, 2013, in North America. Card is a professor of English at Southern Virginia University,
Pseudonym{{unbulleted list|Frederick Bliss|Brian Green|P.Q. Gump|Dinah Kirkham|Scott Richards|Byron Walley}}
Birth date{{birth date and age|1951|8|24}}
Birth placeRichland, Washington, U.S.
Death date
Death place| resting_place =
OccupationAuthor, critic, playwright / script writer, poet, public speaker, essayist, political activist, Prof. of Writing and Literature{{cite web|url=http://www.hatrack.com/svu/ |title=Orson Scott Card at Southern Virginia University |publisher=Hatrack.com |date=2005-05-09 |access-date=2013-07-24}}
LanguageEnglish
ResidenceGreensboro, North Carolina, U.S.
NationalityAmerican
Citizenship| education =
share Share
favorite Favorite

16
RESULTS

Media Type
15
texts
1
images
Availability
10
Available to Borrow
5
Waitlist
1
Always Available
Topics & Subjects
2
Fiction
2
Point of view (Literature)
1
Abraham (Biblical patriarch) -- Fiction.
1
Bible. O.T. -- History of Biblical events -- Fiction.
1
Brothers and sisters -- Fiction.
1
Card, Orson Scott - Prose & Criticism
More right-solid
Collection
More right-solid
Creator
16
orson scott card
Language
16
English
SHOW DETAILS
up-solid down-solid